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Mar 29, 2011 7:00am EDT
this tuesday morning. i'm meredith vieira. >> i'm matt lauer. president obama vowed america's role would be limited in libya last night. he told the nation we had fulfilled the pledge, we had done what we said we would do. those are his words. >> the president said nato would take control on wednesday. as to why he involved the u.s. he said it was necessary to prevent a campaign of killing. how was the speech received in washington and libya? the latest ahead. >> and barry bonds' former mistress took the stand in his perjury trial giving graphic testimony about his alleged steroid use and what it apparently did to his body. details of the testimony coming up. >> plus a new memoir by one of john f. kennedy's former girlfriends unveiling intimate details including candid memories of their vacations and a near death experience on a kayaking trip. she'll tell us more in a live interview. >> we begin with president obama making his case for u.s. involvement in libya. chuck todd, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. the president used a 28-minute speech to make the case for li
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Mar 11, 2011 7:00am EST
and it shall. >> south america. >> she was mentioning that it's about six feet. people thinking that's a good time to surf. >> it isn't. >> the water comes in low and as it hits the continental shelf the wave grows and speeds up. it is very, very dangerous. stay away from that. we have a check of the morning's top stories. hey, natalie. >> good morning. while participates of the west coast are under that tsunami watch this morning the northeast is dealing with massive flooding from a powerful storm. the weather channel's eric fisher is in new jersey. good morning, eric. >> reporter: good morning. the water is rising quickly here. we have already moved a couple hundred yards this morning from the starting position a couple hours ago. this neighborhood under a mandatory evacuation order and the water continues to rise. for many this is going to be the start of what will be a very long day. with flood warnings from delaware through new england, rain-soaked towns throughout the northeast braced themselves for more. pennsylvania resident bob schultz planned to spend the night in his
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Mar 9, 2011 7:00am EST
million muslims living in america and they will be represented here including one member of congress who will testify. >> thank you very much. peter king is chairman of the house homeland security committee. good morning to you. >> good morning, meredith. >> let me ask you, the hearing hasn't even started yet and you are already being compared to joe mccarthy on a witch hunt. what's your mission? >> my mission frankly and simply is to show the extent of radi l radicalization within the muslim-american community being carried out by al qaeda. this is the same message the deputy national security adviser gave and said al qaeda changed the strategy and is attempting to radicalize the muslim-american community. i have said over and over again the overwhelming majority of muslim-americans are outstanding americans but al qaeda have had results. we saw the attempted subway bomber in new york, shahzad, the times square bomber, major hassan at ft. hood. the attorney general said he can't sleep because he's concerned about the radicalization going on in this country. you have a clip from secr
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Mar 8, 2011 9:00am EST
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Mar 10, 2011 7:00am EST
of white middle america gun toting -- i mean it's scary. >> reporter: npr came under fire last year after dumping juan williams for comments made about muslims on fox news. the ceo said this about williams. >> his feelings that he expressed on fox news are between him and his -- you know, psychiatrist or publicist or, take your pick. >> reporter: schiiler apologized, admitted making mistakes and was denied her annual bonus. when this video came along it apparently was the last straw. both had to resign. house republicans who long have accused npr of liberal bias changed their rhetoric to focus on the deficit. >> what kind of mission does the corporation for public broadcasting serve in these tough economic times. >> reporter: the house just voted to cut all money for public broadcasting. $430 million this year. public broadcastinging officials say without federal funds local public radio and tv stations will suffer. ♪ >> reporter: also in jeopardy, programming like "sesame street," big bird and elmo have educated preschoolers for 40 years. >> the success rate of children who watch
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Mar 31, 2011 7:00am EDT
and speed of america's largest 100% fiber optic network. verizon fios. a network ahead. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >>> 7:30 now on a thursday morning. it's the 31st day of march 2011. we're happy to see these happy faces this morning. it's shaping up to be a dreary morning in rockefeller plaza with a big storm on the way. you can see it's already starting to drop rain on some people. inside studio 1a i'm ann curry with a man who's anything but dreary. we are talking about carl quintanilla. >> so nice. keep it coming. >> stop it some more. matt and meredith are on assignment. ahead we'll talk about judge judy because she was hospitalized after becoming ill while she taped an episode of her show. still ahead, new details about what happened and how she's doing now. >> plus a look at the love letters elizabeth taylor wrote as a 17-year-old to her first fiance. talked about giving up her movie career. >> you're such a romantic. >> she was so beautiful, too. >> she was. a controversial return to performing for the killer whale that d
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Mar 19, 2011 5:00am PDT
big chance to try to get a better foothold into south america economically. right now the chinese basically have had a greater role in south america and the rise of brazil and chile and some of the other south american economies and the united states has been trying to check china here a little bit. and so the president didn't want to try to cancel this. and yet send a message that a lot of south americans have believed over the years which is that america takes help for granted, doesn't take it seriously enough as a region. the president's day here today begins with a meeting with the new president of brazil, the first woman president of brazil, they were supposed to take question, but the president of brazil didn't want to take any questions from the press. they say it has nothing to do with the fact that brazil was one of the five countries that abstained on the u.n. security council when it came to dealing with libya. >> we know the president has said the united states will not take the lead on this no fly zone resolution. so then what will the u.s. role actually be? >> report
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Mar 15, 2011 7:00am EDT
to reiterate america's support for the people of japan, some of our closest friends and allies. >> reporter: tokyo, a financial hub of asia, has been paralyzed with trains out of service and major stores closed. and japan's stock market lost 13% of its value as big companies like toyota announced they would be closed at least until thursday. everyone watches and waits for miracles like this 4-month-old survivor pulled from beneath the are you able fr rubble, now reunited with her father. matt, late today, more good news. we heard that a 70-year-old woman who was in a house that was swept away by the tsunami has been found. she was suffering from hypothermia but she was alive and is now being treated in a hospital. matt? >> small miracles in the wake of such devastation. ann, thank you very much. we'll check in with you later. meanwhile the devastation in japan caused the asian markets to tumble. japan's nikkei fell more than 10% today. erin burnett is at the new york stock exchange. >> good morning. >> initially we didn't feel the impact from the quake would be that severe. now
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Mar 8, 2011 7:00am EST
collective morality of most people in america. if that makes me ultra conservative, so be it. i stand up for what made this country strong. >> you spend a lot of time talking about social issues. do you think that's the message people want to hear? in a recent poll 65% of people said they are most likely to vote for a candidate in 2012 who is strong on the economy, on the deficit, on jobs, not social issues. that's really not what they are concerned about. are you barking up the right tree? >> well, i think we can walk and chew gum at the same time. if you look at my record in the congress i was active and led the charge, for example, on welfare reform. we are talking about entitlement spending and how to get it under control. the only major entitlement that's been ended is welfare reform and i was the lead in the senate. i helped craft the final bill and actually craft the original bill in the house f. you look at my record on health care i ran my first race for the united states senate against the clinton care bill and was active on reforming medicare and medicaid and had the
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Mar 17, 2011 7:00am PDT
, we'll talk about saving a lot of money on clothing, we have america's cheapist family back. they were given a task of coming up with two outfits for 50 bucks. we'll find out how they did. >> four women who dated the same man and were conned by him. they took matters into their own hands. they filmed the confrontation with him. they're all here with us live this morning. hell hath no furry. >> times four. >>> as you head into your 40s, 50s and 60s, is there anything you can do to stop your vision from deteriorating. matt, when you got glasses -- i've been wearing them since first grade. dr. nancy snyderman will be here with advice if your eyesight isn't exactly what it used to be. >> natalie is standing by at the news desk while ann is on assignment. >>> good morning everyone. helicopters are dropping water on damaged nuclear reactors in japan, a desperate attempt to try to cool them and limit the release of radiation. u.s. officials warn the situation is more desperate than japanese officials are acknowledging. meantime, more than 450,000 people in japan are still living in schools an
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Mar 27, 2011 8:00am EDT
office. >> when america goes to war you speak from the oval office. he wants to convey anything other than america going to war. that may seem like torture and evasive language but defining it in the way the president has, he has, as you pointed out, studiously trying to avoid the notion that america is leading the way to another middle eastern war. the isis consistent with the world view that the president has that we face threats around the globe, but that the international order has to play a big role in this, not just the united states. he has to spell that out. something of an obama doctrine for foreign policy, incumbent upon him to spell that out. that's why that setting matters. >> david, an overriding question most of us have asked as we watched this operation take place and you just asked that to secretary gates and let's play that and his response. here it is. >> is libya in our vital interest as a country? >> no, i don't think it's a viteinaltrust for the united states, but we clearly have interest there and it's a part of the region which is of vital interest for the
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Mar 21, 2011 9:00am EDT
u.s. military action against libyale while continuing his trade mission to south america. a national security team accompanied him in brazil sunday where he played soccer with children from a violence-ravaged slum. today in chile he's holding his first news conference to answer questions about the libya assault. >>> a woman accused of running away to africa after four children died in a fire at her houston day care center returns to the u.s. today. 22-year-old jessica tata s surrendered and faces manslaughter charges. last month's fire broke out while she left the children alone to go shopping. $19 million was the limit at the box office this weekend for number one thriller "limitless" starring bradley cooper. "rango" was second and "battle los angeles" was third. born just a few years after the wright brothers first plane took flight at kittyhawk, freddie mac decided to celebrate his 100th birthday by jumping out of a plane. taking the plunge with him, his cardiologist who says mac is in great health and isn't slowing down any time soon. good for him. now back to ann, matt and al. i
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Mar 15, 2011 9:00am EDT
. apply online or at a bank of america near you. >>> this morning on "today's money" apps for the smart phone to save you a bundle. planning a vacation, looking for an inexpensive place for dinner? "money" magazine has their favorite apps and most are free. good morning, beth. >> good morning. >> how did you find these? >> there are tens of thousand out there. we had three journalists spend two weeks downloading everything and testing it. these are the one wes thought were the best money-related apps to download. >> everyone's looking for the cheapest gas. gas buddy.com. >> it's fantastic. basically it's a huge community of 1.4 million users across the country that share information of which gas station in your neighborhood has the best prices. none of the prices are more than 24 hours old. if i go two blocks further i can save several dollars on my tank. >> maybe you're taking a flight, family vacation, spring break looking for cheap tickets which is getting harder and harder. you like kayak. >> a lot of people used the website. it's for rental cars and hotels and flights. the gr
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Mar 9, 2011 9:00am EST
national bank like bank of america, wells fargo, citibank, chase. walk in, meet with a manager and say, our goal is to buy a home in three to five years and we need tole build credit. the national banks have programs designed to help people like you build credit so they can buy their first home. they have a program that will walk you through. they will help you build what's called a secured credit account. if you have a checking account that you are saving in now to buy the home they will give you a credit card secured by the checking account. maybe it's a $500 credit card to start. once you pay that bill on time they will release the security and actually give you a real credit card. that will start to build your credit report. they want first time home buyers. so ask for a path to home ownership program. that's what you are looking for. >> good luck, pamela. now to an e-mail from heather in michigan. our mortgage is an adjustable rate mortgage. comes up in may. my fear is the payment will increase to a point where we can't afford it anymore. what steps do we need to take if this happ
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Mar 14, 2011 7:00am EDT
. i'm drinkin' dunkin'. i'm drinkin' dunkin'. i'm drinkin' dunkin'. drinkin' dunkin'. america runs on dunk. >>> just ahead, a heartwarming and emotional reunion. >> ann finds an american english teacher who was missing in the wake of japan's earthquake and tsunami. we'll talk to that woman and her family after your local news and weather. llelujah ♪ [ baby crying, dog barking ] [ female announcer ] it doesn't have to be thanksgiving to have the perfect thanksgiving sandwich. carving board turkey -- only from oscar mayer. >> live, local, latebreaking. this is wbal-tv 11 news today in baltimore. >> good morning. i am stan stovall. time for a check on the morning commute with sarah caldwell and traffic pulse 11. >> good news to report on the accident. it was down to 95, it is gone. still some residual delays. we are tracking water main break repairs along baltimore avenue. closures in effect between allegheny ave and pennsylvania avenue. southbound 95 approaching white marsh to the 895 split, inner loop delays prior to 95. west side, picking up in volume. 12 minutes on the outer loop n
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Mar 30, 2011 7:00am PDT
, including but not limited to artificial food colors. the grocery manufacturers of america insist there is no dmemn strabl link. a dietitian says we all need more color in food but the natural kind. >> we should put half our plate with fruits and vegetables. 70% of americans don't meet their fruit and veggie needs. the best thing we can do is get real color whole foods on the plate. >> reporter: going organic can be expensive but riley's mom is convinced it's worth it. >> he seems a little bit more focus, more calmed down. that's what made us believers. >> reporter: the fda begins two days of hearings to look at whether there is a link between adhd and the colors, whether there should be warning labels, whether they should ban the dyes or study it longer. back to you. >> thank you very much. it is now 7:19. once again, here's matt. >> thank you. now our conversation with prince harry. he may be in the arctic but the wedding is never far from his mind. ben fogle is on the trip with him. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. well, prince harry spent his first day her
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Mar 3, 2011 7:00am EST
america, warning that he'd turn libya into its next vietnam if the u.s. and nato attacked. if you destroy libya, he said, then bin laden will come and jihad will move from north africa to europe. but the key question remains, how long will these tribes who gadhafi has gifted with oil money and weapons for the last decades, come to the plate and support him in this battle. if they decide to bolt, that would be a gapme-changegame-cha >>> congressional leaders will broker a long-term funding solution to keep the government up and running. on wednesday, the president signed a bill to maintain funding through march 18th. more coming up sfwlnchlths convicted anasen sirhan sirhan claimed in his parole hearing on wednesday that he had no recollection of killing senator kennedy. >>> the army private suspected of supplying wikileaks with hundreds of thousands of classified documents now faces 22 new years inclodding aidi ing 22 new years inclodding aidi g 22 new years inclodding aidi ing ke miklaszewski has more. dincl >> in the army it's the closest thing to treason. in fact, if convicted,
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Mar 25, 2011 7:00am EDT
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Mar 14, 2011 9:00am EDT
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Mar 25, 2011 9:00am EDT
mills big g line of cereals is america's number one source of whole grain at breakfast. there's whole grain in every box... ♪ ...from chex... to cheerios... to lucky charms. so you can get the whole grain you want with the taste you love. get started on the whole grain you're missing with your favorite big g cereals. make sure to look for the white check. to finish what you started today. for the aches and sleeplessness in between, there's motrin pm. no other medicine, not even advil pm, is more effective for pain and sleeplessness. motrin pm. don't suffer waiting for your pills to kick in. add alaway. for fast eye itch relief that works in minutes and lasts up to 12 hours. only alaway comes from bausch & lomb. for fast eye itch relief, add alaway. was just voted product of the year? in a national survey, thousands of americans voted. aquafresh iso-active was the clear winner! we guarantee it will be your favorite, too, or your money back. try aquafresh iso-active. ♪ >>> this morning on "today's family" helping kids cope with tragedies like the tsunami and radiation leaks, air str
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Mar 5, 2011 7:00am EST
a lot of pressure on america's pocketbooks. what could it mean? we'll break it down. >>> and a daring rescue as a firefighter came to the rescue of two painters whose scaffolding snapped high above the ground leaving them dangling on the side of a building. the amazing rescue story coming up. >> we were showing that live on local television. it was amazing to watch them pull it off. they practice this kind of stuff but it's still a maze to go watch. >>> and then the difference between store brands and generic. how do they stack up when it comes to taste some we'll show you what happened when one mom pulled a fast one on her husband and five children. did they miss their favorite brands. i'm told i can get to try some. >> and charlie sheen is everywhere these days. coming up, the troubled star provided "dateline" nbc with his never before seen version of his reality. we'll get an exclusive new look inside sheen's life at home. >> the ultimate reality show. >> so we'll get new behind the scenes. but first let's get more on the economy and as we mentioned, there is good news final
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Mar 16, 2011 7:00am PDT
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Mar 12, 2011 5:00am PST
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Mar 26, 2011 7:00am EDT
. >> reporter: it's been eight years in the making. >> this is a fairy tale to america. >> reporter: a courtship that is played out on the world stage yet kept private in many ways. but now a new biography will detail their love story in a never before seen way. >> william was a little bit easier to draw. >> reporter: the royals, a biographical comic book by blue water productions promises to take readers inside their romance and the days leading up to the royal wedding. did you detail their love story? >> of course. and we also detailed their break up. i think people will really learn a lot about kate from it. and so it's fun to illustrate her life. >> reporter: can you give us any details about what's inside the royal couple cover? >> we take creative liberty, but we have to stay true to the facts. you'll see him in the navy, you'll see stuff that you've only heard about, but we're showing the actual images of them in the environments. >> reporter: the images are drawn by hand and scanned in to the computer. when it's slightly off, you can tell like i got it. is there usually a certa
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Mar 11, 2011 7:00am PST
families at the pump. in addition, america is better prepared for supply disruptions than we used to be. today we use 7% less oil than we did in 2005. even as our economy has grown since then. partly because of our economy as a whole is more efficient and we're adapting and producing more oil and importing less. our automakers for example, are manufacturing more fuel efficient cars. some that now get more than 50 miles to the gallon. our consumers are driving more of these cars. in december, democrats and republicans came together to pass a payroll tax cut that is already helping to grow our economy and create jobs. in the wake of rising gas prices, it should also help act as a cushion for working families. this doesn't lessen our commitment to do everything we can to get gas prices down but the tax cut will total about $1,000 for the average working family this year or extra 80 or so showing up in your paycheck each month. that tax relief package is a key reason that even with the higher prices, economists and investors like warren buffett believe we should still expect solid growth
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Mar 2, 2011 7:00am EST
what we do for our son. and for other people so that people in america can fly free and don't have to worry about being blown up by some crazy person named moammar gadhafi or the libyan regime. it's got -- someone's got to stand up and take this bull by the horns. >> kathleen and jack flynn, nice to see you again. thanks for coming by. >> thank you. >> now we head to ann curry at the news desk with the headlines of the morning. ann? >> thanks, matt. good morning. we begin in yemen where the president turned on the united states tuesday, blaming his closest ally for encouraging growing protests against him. the move didn't quell protesters who packed the streets by the hundreds of thousands on tuesday night. pakistan's minority affairs minister was killed this morning in islamabad. he's a member of the christian minority and had recently called for the national law to be changed. the u.s. government will likely stay open for business after the senate votes today on $4 billion in spending cuts. nbc's capitol hill correspondent kelly o'donnell joins us now with more on the story. hey,
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Mar 7, 2011 7:00am EST
where commuters are burning the most fuel. while the average commute in america is just over 25 minutes, the worst commutes are in california and metro washington, d.c. with commutes of 40 to 50 minutes each way. a little reminiscing. back in 2000 we were paying 1.56. in 2008 we averaged 3.32. then the recession knocked a dollar off of it and the concern is we may be headed back to over $4. that was in the summer of 2008. back to you. >> tom costello, not good news, but thanks anyway. >> what's the lowest you remember paying for a gallon of gas? >> i don't know. two, one, i don't know. >> i remember 29, 35 cents. >> what are you, 105? >> no. that was the 1970s. >> 29 cents a gallon? i apparently wasn't old enough to drive. >> it was a dollar when i was in college. >> natalie remembers $3.05. >> a dollar when i was in college. new jersey. it's cheaper there. all right. good morning to you. in the news, libyan rebels are regrouping after a brutal barrage from moammar gadhafi's troops. richard engel is in tripoli with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, natalie. gaddafi's
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Mar 10, 2011 9:00am EST
is hard to -- stomach. >> exactly. >> go to the culinary institute of america and do a day-long five-hour saturday class for $250 a person. this is in hyde park, new york. combine it with a trip to new york city. they also have four-day boot camps for $1700. >> there is a savings there. >> right. >> spas. the gold standard? >> pritiken. the no salt, low fat diet. it's a life changer. i made a visit a couple years ago. i have not touched a salt shaker in years. for people with high blood pressure, hypertension and people without acute conditions can get the benefit. >> that's $8,000 for two people for a week. it will make a difference in your life. >> if you want to save. >> if you are not as much into deprivation and want pampering head to the mountains outside mexico city. this resort is a week for $2400 for two. you get two spa treatments a day. 18 spa treatments in that week. 50-minute treatments. >> a lot of folks think about safari. to splurge? >> best trip is bali. they can be expensive. i priced a luxury one with extraordinary journeys for $29,000. i know. for a family of four
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Mar 16, 2011 9:00am EDT
strikes again. >> you look quite "santa claus-ular." oprah: then, they say they're america's worst-dressed couples. america's worst-dressed couples. that is a makeover. >>> and that's your latest weather. now let's go back in to natalie. >> all right. al. get dry, al. thank you. now to "today's money 911" where we answer your big financial questions. on our panel today, jean chatzky, the author of "money 911." melissa lee, host of cnbc's fast money and farnoosh rabi, author of "psych yourself rich" which i try to do every day. first up, jean, with the situation in japan and how it may impact the investor in america who invested in the stock market. is it having an impact thus far? >> what we saw today was markets in japan coming back. you will see more volatility. we are not just watching japan. we're watching what's going on in the middle east. we're watching the housing market here in the united states and so it's a really good reason that you put your long-term money into the stock market. you can ride those ups and downs out. if you have short-term money it doesn't belong there. >> sta
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Mar 6, 2011 6:00am PST
women in america aren't getting the calcium they need. but yoplait wants to change that. only yoplait original has twice the calcium of the leading yogurt. that's 50% of the daily value ♪ so pass on the new and we can help close this calcium gap together. to get you started, we're giving away a million free cups at yoplait dot com. the yoplait you love, now in a 4-pack. try it today. >>> good morning to you. take a live look at the golden gate bridge. what a difference a day makes. it is wet out there and rainy to start this day, even if 24 hours ago we were all clear. i'm kris sanchez with meteorologist rob mayeda with the weekend forecast that -- should we expect it to stay like this? >> certainly for the morning. we have the rain coming down, and it is muggy outside. >> it is muggy. why are you looking at my hair? >> the volume, the moisture in the air. it's muggy out there. we have mid-50s to start off your morning and you'll notice th eiaspecinlly in especially around san francisco, heading over to san le an troe, right around dub palestinian, pleasanton, rain around sa
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Mar 4, 2011 7:00am EST
bacon, and cheese, stacked high on thick texas toast. wrap your hands around one at dunkin'. america runs on dunkin'. grab a big breakfast with the new big n' toasty sandwich from dunkin' donuts. >>> good morning. partly sunny now. we're in the upper 20s and low 30s. later today climbing to near 50 and then tonight down into the mid-30s by dawn saturday. mostly cloudy tomorrow but a bit warmer and rain likely late saturday night by midnight and on sunday morning through midday sunday. may be enough to cause ponding of water and small creeks and streams out of their banks. how's traffic? >>> an accident up at king street, now off to the shoulder, but jammed from the beltway up to shirlington. headed toward the american legion bridge, very, very slow. the problem is a broken down vehicle on the gw parkway just off the bridge. as a result, we're looking at delays down from river road. joe? >>> jerry, thanks. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. join us monday morning for "news 4 today," beginning at 4:30. have a wonderful day. >>> 7:30 now on this friday morning, march 4, 2011. you
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Mar 31, 2011 7:00am PDT
combined. like the 50-mpg-rated prius, the best selling hybrid in america. and prius was also named a best overall value of the year. plus, every new toyota comes with toyotacare, a complimentary maintenance plan with roadside assistance. we're #1 for a reason. come see for yourself. hurry in for the best selection. ♪ >>> 7:30 now on a thursday morning, it's the 31st day of march, 2011. we're happy you could join us this morning. it's shaping up to be a dreary morning here on rockefeller plaza, with a big storm on the way. you can see some rain in side i'm ann curry and we're with someone who is anything but dreary. carl quintanilla. judge juddy was hospitalized after taking ill while traping a show. >>> and a exclusive look at love letters that elizabeth taylor wrote to her very first fiancÉe, as a 17-year-old, talking even about giving up her movie career. >>> and also, a controversial return to performing, to performance for the killer whale, that dragged the sea world trainer to her death? we'll be talking about that story, live, coming up. >>> let's begin with the violent figh
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Mar 2, 2011 7:00am EST
cheese on texas toast. america runs on dunkin'. >>> good morning. breaking news -- pro gadhafi forces carry out air strikes on the opposition in libya as the obama administration prepares to launch a new investigation into the bombing of pan-am flight 103. did gadhafi order the strike that brought the plane down? >>> gas prices up 20 cents in the last week alone. there are fears that could put the brakes on the economic recovery. >>> taken away. authorities remove charlie sheen's twin boys from his home overnight? why did they do it and how does he feel about it? charlie sheen speaks out in a live interview today, wednesday, charlie sheen speaks out in a live interview today, wednesday, march 2, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm meredith vieira. this morning the problems facing actor charlie sheen just got more serious and more personal. >> a lot of people have been following the story. well, the los angeles police department sent officers to his los angeles home last night and
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Mar 31, 2011 7:00am EDT
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Mar 21, 2011 7:00am PDT
. military action against libya while continuing his trade mission to south america. a national security team accompanied him in brazil where he played soccer with children from a violence-ravaged slum. today in chile he's holding his first news conference to answer questions about the libya assault. >>> now to wall street where news of a possible at&t buyout of t-mobile has investors buzzing. melissa lee is at the new york stock exchange. good morning, melissa. >> good morning. the $39 billion deal would create the largest wireless operator in north america ahead of sprint and verizon. the news sent stocks soaring to the biggest gain in german trading ever. the good news for consumers according to analysts is that quality and coverage of services like broadband mobile will improve but pricing may not come down as quickly as consumers might hope. meantime, traders will be focusing on the price of oil. u.s. crude topping $103 a barrel on the unrest in libya. natalie? >> going to be a busy week there again. thank you, melissa. >>> proof of the power of the human spirit. it didn't
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Mar 18, 2011 7:00am EDT
' dunkin'. i'm drinkin' dunkin'. i'm drinkin' dunkin'. drinkin' dunkin'. america runs on dunk. >>> 7:30 now on this friday morning, march 18, 2011. it is raining here in london. you couldn't ask for nicer weather in new york city. all of the folks in rockefeller plaza smiling just a little bit more. i'm meredith vieira outside buckingham palace. matt lauer in studio 1a. hi, matt. >> i was trying to catch a peak at westminster abbey. have they started preparations yet? do you see scaffolding or anything like that? >> i haven't seen that, matt, but they are starting to sassoon as they say. they are putting up the union jacks in preparation for the wedding about a month away. just ahead the latest on prince william's trip to new zealand. he spoke at a memorial paying tribute to the earthquake in christchurch's victims. we'll speak to a man who's gotten to know the prince well in recent years. matt? >> also from here a wife and mother of four convicted of trying to hire someone she thought was a hit man to kill her husband, all caught on undercover video. the details on the story coming up.
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Mar 1, 2011 7:00am EST
america's most beloved tv moms. meredith baxter played elis elise keaton on "family ties." she announced she was a lesbian on this show in 2009. now she has a memoir about coming to terms with that as well as her career. she'll be here in a live interview. >> and a new interview with charlie sheen and his so-called goddesses. what's it like to live with the actor? they will fill us in. >> let us begin with the bad wild weather that spawned tornados in the midwest and south. mike seidel is in tennessee this morning. he's got the latest this morning. mike, good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. it was the second tornado outbreak in less than a week. nine twisters touched down, five confirmed. one was an ef-2 which ripped through southern tennessee where i'm standing and led to the first tornado fatality of the year. deadly tornadoes and a line of severe thunderstorms produced wind damage in 14 states monday. the storms also dumped heavy rain across the area. here in franklin county, tennessee, a grandfather was killed when he was pinned under a trailer. >> it sounded like a ton of gra
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Mar 6, 2011 8:00am EST
helping out the driver in a charity effort, left america to look for more experiences. he was writing a blog about his adventures. it talks about school and life in spain. it should be a fun night, he says. that was the evening he vanished. >> the friends decided to go into ti into there and he decided to walk home and that was the last time that he was seen. heading north. >> reporter: he had been drinking and was on his own. he had been in spain for just a few months. he was very calm and very socialable says one of his new friends. either with good clues or bad clues, says another. thousands have joined a facebook page as part of the effort to find him and a europe-wide police alert has been issued. his dad says he will stay in spain for as long as it takes to find his son. a young man who left america for an adventure whose family just wants to know he is safe. nbc news, london. >> joining us now from southern california is austin's mother, pam bice. thank you for being with us during this difficult time. >> good morning, lester. >> your husband as we noted is in madrid right now. w
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Mar 7, 2011 9:00am EST
rolls. ♪ we're the kids in america oh, oh, oh to finish what you started today. for the aches and sleeplessness in between, there's motrin pm. no other medicine, not even advil pm, is more effective for pain and sleeplessness. motrin pm. >> live, local, latebreaking. this is a wbal-tv 11 news update. >> the big a storm at the buzzer rain and snow is pulling away to the northeast. we will have quite conditions for the next few days. it will be breezy but mostly sunny. the clouds will thicken up over the next few days. the rain will come back wednesday night. best >>> oh, my god. you're a vision. you are a vision. >> of what? >> how do you do it? seriously, every morning. there is something new. something new. look, seriously. look. >> wow. matt lauer with the shovel, working hard. ever wonder what really happens behind the scenes here at "today"? in honor of our new website, today.com, we'll have a one-time only today.com show hosted by kathie lee and hoda. it's going to give you a glimpse of what happens in the green room, the control room, behind the scenes in the studio, ann's d
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Mar 11, 2011 9:00am EST
have retreated from residential areas. >>> america's labor movement plans to use a big setback in wisconsin to galvanize the port for unions across the country. a bill stripping away union bargaining power was push through and governor scott walker plans to sign it. similar efforts are under way in ohio and tennessee. democrats hope to turn the setback into a major issue next year. >>> the rising price of fuel is driving up the coast of flying. american airlines raised u.s. father -- fares $10. workers in rome are putting the final touches on a tradition. it's the biggest way of cross in the world. nearly 50 bronze statues depicting the stations of jesus' final hours before the crucifixion line the avenue during the easter season. 12 minutes past the hour. you're up to date now. back to meredith, ann and al. >> busy morning. >> this is from a.p. police say 200 to 300 bodies found in sendai. another 88 confirmed killed. 349 people missing. it will just continue to grow. as we look and show you what's going on as our weather is concerned today, the storm in the northeast is moving t
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Mar 17, 2011 9:00am EDT
invested in you and your family. for a lot of people in rural america, the family doctor is the way to go. >> all right. great. thanks for that question, jonathan. let's get to lori in redman, washington. she joins us via skype this morning. good morning to you. >> caller: my question is i just found out my primary care doctor is actually a physician's assistant. i was wondering should i look for an actual physician or is it okay to see a physician's assistant and what are the differences between the two? >> you don't necessarily have to look for someone. i wish you had known ahead of time whether you were seeing a doctor or physician assistant. the office should have told you just because you deserve to know that information. i will tell you that as a dermatologist office where my family goes, we see the physician assistant because i think in a certain subspecialty like dermatology or some other fields, what you want is someone who sees common conditions all the time. now, the physician assistant will not be able to prescribe medication and may have a physician come in and say the diagno
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Mar 30, 2011 7:00am EDT
the united states of america. we offer the humanitarian aid, but in this instance, under the obama doctrine, the president of the united states is using the united states military for the purpose of humanitarian aid. this is a marked difference from the way the united states military has been used before. the obama doctrine is very, very different from any interventions we have done in the past. >> let me ask you one more question, again, placing you in the white house. if you are president of the united states, given what you know now, what's taking place on the ground in libya, would you make a decision to arm the rebels? >> i would not. again, we do not know enough about who they are. we also have not identified it as american vital international interest. that must be done before the united states intervenes. >> so are you running? >> no. i haven't made a decision to run. i'm going into the early primary states and speaking to primary voterers. i won't be making the decision, i don't think, until this summer. >> republican congresswoman michelle bachman. thanks for your time. i
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